Ampeg SVT-410HLF 4x10" 500-Watt Bass Cabinet with Horn

500W, 4 x 10" Bass Cabinet with 1/4" and Speakon Inputs
Ampeg SVT-410HLF 4x10
Ampeg SVT-410HLF 4x10
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Ampeg SVT-410HLF 4x10" 500-Watt Bass Cabinet with Horn
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Classic Bass Tone

The SVT-410HLF is the speaker cabinet for the bass player who demands the ultimate in a single, compact cabinet setup. The SVT-410HLF delivers devastating low-end bass, all the way down to 28Hz, thanks to four 10" speakers working together to move a tremendous amount of air. The SVT-410HLF actually moves 10% more air than two 18-inch speakers, and 25% more than three 15-inch speakers! And those leviathans simply can't respond to transient peaks as quickly as four tens can. The SVT-410HLF also delivers superb top-end, thanks to its 1" horn driver, strategically crossed over at 4kHz. The Ampeg SVT-410HLF is the supreme speaker enclosure for the multi-string bass player seeking both superior power handling and true high-fidelity performance.

Ampeg SVT-410HLF Features:
  • Tilt Back Handle Bar
  • 1/4" and Neutrik Speakon Jacks
  • Variable HF "L-Pad"
  • Baltic Birch Plywood
  • 3" Dolly-Style Casters
  • Skid rails
  • LF Drivers: 4 x 10"
  • Voice Coil: 2"
  • Magnet Weight (each): 30 oz
  • HF Drivers: Horn/Driver
  • Voice Coil: 1"
  • Magnet Weight (each): 8 oz
  • RMS Power Handling: 500-Watts
  • Frequency Response (-3dB): 48Hz-18kHz
  • Usable Low Frequency (-10dB): 28Hz
  • Nominal Impedance: 4-Ohms
  • Sensitivity: 98dB
  • Maximum SPL: 125dB
  • Dimensions (W x H x D inches): 24 x 30 x 19
  • Weight: 76 Pounds
Ampeg SVT Bass Cabinets - The sound that defines bass!

Additional Media

Bass Guitar Amp Buying Guide
SVT-410HLF 4x10 User Manual

Tech Specs

Configuration 4 x 10"
Power Handling 500W RMS
Impedance 4 ohms
Frequency Response 48Hz-18kHz
Inputs 1 x speakON, 1 x 1/4"
Outputs 1 x speakON, 1 x 1/4"
Cabinet Type Straight
Open/Closed Back Closed
Construction Materials Plywood
Height 30"
Width 24"
Depth 19"
Weight 76 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number 0026747

Customer Reviews

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Ampeg SVT-410HLF Bass Cabinet.

Lately I have tried many combinations of cabinet configurations by Eden and others. Fortunately the Ampet SVT-410HLG was the backline amp suppllied at a show along with an Ampeg 500 watt head. The extra low-end extension waa perfect for my bass needs. I also played Fender Rhodes through this combination and it sounded beautiful. I purchased my first Ampeg, a V-4B back in 1970 with two 2-15" cabinets. I have regretted selling that old gear and will be finding a way to buy this new cabinet.
Music background: Hammond B-3, Fender Rhodes player over 40 years full time. Currently playing bass and keyboards after a five year retirement.

Ampeg SVT-410HLF 4x10

I purchased this about 6 months ago, and have been gigging regularly with it. Although it may be made in China I haven't had any problems with it. The cabinet itself is well constructed, and I do not see the design flaws that other reviewers have mentioned. Most importantly it's loud enough for mid-sized or large room, and holds up well compared to the 8x10 I use to lug around (my back thanks me for picking up this 4x10). I'm running an SVT CL head at 4 ohms and have no problems getting the tones I want. If you swear by Ampeg this comes highly recommended.Shoutout to Nate Edwards from Sweetwater, an excellent sales engineer!

Amazing cab!!

For a 4X10, this cab sounds outstanding, I was blown away from the moment I played the first note out of it. I replaced an 8X10 cab with this one and I don't have a single regret.

Does Its Job And Does It Well

I've used Ampeg bass amps since the mid seventies, and now this SVT-410HLF Classic cabinet for the past five or six years, in small, medium and large venues, inside and out, without the first issue. I believe mine is one of the first of the China made cabinets and I haven't experienced any of the issues one of the reviewers mentioned. The tolex is still firmly in place (a couple of nicks), and it remains solid and stable despite hundreds of loadings and unloadings. I do have a cover that I religiously use before transporting and idle time storage though. I use two different amps, a Fender Bassman 400 and now mainly an Ampeg SVT-450, and both match up well with this cabinet, however I prefer using the Ampeg because it is less complicated to dial in. When other musicians take the time to compliment your sound it's very satisfying, and I believe a big part of that is this cabinet. I honestly think it is the best all around 4X10 you can get for the money except for maybe the more expensive Heritage version. Not sure about the quality of the newer ones, but I don't have any regrets in purchasing mine. It's been a good one.
Music background: Semi-Pro Musician

Can't Go Wrong

I've owned and used a number of ampeg products. I originally used an 8x10 and loved it. However, not having roadies and/or a semi truck to lug it around in was quite unfortunate. I then had the 6x10 HLF and it sounded great, but it was still a tight squeeze to fit in my car. The 4x10 sounds just as good and fits in my car nicely. Also, its heavy, but its not so heavy that you can lift it into your vehicle by yourself. The sound is superb quiet or pushed to the limit. Two complaints - first off, the previous reviewer is right on about the cover peeling off. Honestly, mine started to peel not long after I purchased it, but hasn't really peeled past where it started since, and its been about 2 years now... It doesn't really bother me though. Second, and this does bother me, is rolling it around on the casters is a real pain. Unless you are a midget, the handle is way to short to comfortably roll it around, kicked back on the casters. But, what I have learned is a cheap-o guitar stand makes a great handle extension if you put it in between the rail and cabinet correctly. All in all, the sound this cab produces is sweet buttery ampeg goodness. I've had nothing but praise on my tone running an SVT-4 into my 410HLF. I don't care if the tolex peels completely off and its down to the bare wood, it still has tone in spades and that more than makes up for it.
Music background: Musician
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